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favorite rick lazio for the right to take on andrew cuomo. the question is can karl paladino at least make things interesting? we'll see. and just a couple of days after california gubernatorial candidate jerry brown brought up monica lewinsky, clinton endorses brown. will the campaign rivals and new best buds stand arm in arm on stage? way it too early for this. good morning, i'm willie geist and this is way too early, the show that rode a wave of anti-establishment sentiment into this job. i'm glad you're up with us this morning. shoot me an event mail at way too early at msnbc.com. let me know why you're awake. or you can come text the word awake followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be a cram session for this wednesday, september 15th. a lot to tell you about today, including charlie rangel brushesing off ethics charges to keep his seat and the mayor of washington, d.c. losing his. plus, a little extra inning drama for you in the battle for first place between the yankees and rays in tampa, the reeling yanks blew
york, a whole new bar for nastiness, paladino up against mario cuomo in this race, mixing it up with fred dicker, a newspaper reporter. here's part of that now: >> you're a stalking horse. you're a bird dog. you send another letter to my daughter's house, i'll take you out, buddy. >> you're going to take me out? how you going to do that? >> bill: paladino accusing reporters of going after his ten-year-old daughter and wait until you see what happens next. you'll see the rest of the confrontation. fred dicker is live, minutes from now, we'll get his version of the events then. >>> first, though, mcdonald's, not loving health care, that's the big question following reports that the fast-food chain is thinking about dropping coverage for its employees, and now the white house is stepping in and we're wondering why is that. good morning, i'm bill hemmer, welcome to "america's newsroom". good morning, martha, did the afternoon yesterday take care of you? martha: yes, thank you g. to be back, good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum, thank you for being with us today. here's the
andrew cuomo had affairs during his former marriage to carrie kennedy cuomo, robert f. kennedy's daughter. paladino accuses the media of ignoring it, while reporting on his 10-year-old daughter born out of his own admitted affair. >> you are a stacking horse. >> what is the evidence? >> you made the charge. >> i'll take you out, buddy. >> you are going to take me out? >> how are you going to do that? >> watch. >> you're working for cuomo. >> the newspaper is owned by the company that owns this network and he denies doing cuomo's bidding in his coverage. >> the affair story about paladino and cuomo. i had paladino on a radio show i host many times. he was happy to come on. i don't think it's a fair premise. >> the campaign accuses a newspaper of sending a photographer to shoot through the girl's window of their house. the paper says it was not their photographer. in a fox news interview monday, paladino told me, she should be off-limits. >> i have a beautiful daughter. it raised her. she is a sweet child. she shouldn't have to deal with this. c'mon! you know, we're grown-ups. take a shot a
's dealing a blow to andrew cuomo's unbeatable image. he joins us from buffalo. mr. paladino, thank you for being with us. you have unquestionably tapped into voter ander that's really out there this year. you said you're mad as hell, would take a baseball bat to alba albany. it's one of your key mottos this year. the question is, how do you plan on convincing voters you'll be able to get anything done with a state assembly that's more than 70% democratic? >> we've been convincing them right along, and we're going to continue. we're staying on message, same message. this isn't a race between republicans and democrats or conservatives or working family party members. this is a race between the people and the establishment. and the establishment sees us coming now. clearly, the people are speaking. they're listening to our message. they're engaging. >> okay. wel well, let me play you the cuomo campaign's latest ad. it goes after you pretty aggressively. we'll discuss it. >> carl par dean know got a $1.4 million to create jobs. official filings show one job was created. a $1.4 million tax
republican insuggestive carl paladino is within six points of democratic titan andrew cuomo followed by michael bloomberg endorsing mr. cuomo followed by eliot spitzer saying that cuomo is the dirtiest nastyiest out there, isn't politics wonderful? >> the storm comg
if he had evidence to prove his claim that opponent democrat andrew cuomo was cheating on his life. >> do you have any evidence for the charge you made? it's a simple question. >> of course i do. you're not entitled to it. at the appropriate time, you'll get it. >> msnbc contributor michael smerconish, before i get your thoughts, i want to put a little bit of paladino's statement. he said the nye post sent a photographer to his buffalo home where paladino's 10-year-old daughter lives her mother. he attempted to take photos through windows and subsequently intended to follow the child to the playground. that's his explanation for the level of anger he showed. >> it's hard to defend a guy who wants to be governor and tells a reporter i will take you out. but the full picture here suggests to me, tamron, that there's a lot of bad behavior to go around. who speaks for that 10-year-old girl? that 10-year-old girl was outed as a love child in the sunday new york post. everything now seems like it's in tla l play. i don't think everything ought to be in play. i blame him for crossing the
punches when it comes to his opponent. he raised all sorts of unproven questions about cuomo's personal life. john harris and chief of politico joins us. look what happened next after that interview was posted on politico. let's watch. >> do you have any evidence to the charge you made, simple question? >> of course i do, you'll get it at the appropriate time. you're not entitled to it. at the appropriate time you'll get it. >> you're his stalking horse, fred. you're his stalk s horse. you're his bird dog. he send another to my daughter's house and i'll take you out. >> how are you going to do that? >> watch. >> you're working for cuomo. you're a terrible journalist. >> thank you very much. >> that was paladino taking on fred dicker, the legendary statehouse reporter in albany for "the new york post." john harris, what does this tell you about the race? >> i was as disappointed as you were, andrea. where's the discussion of entitlement reform? what about taxes? what it shows is something that we've seen for a while. those certainly at the political junky level we can enjoy. this is a ci
for its racist and pornographic e-mails within striking distance of democrat, andrew cuomo in the race for new york governor. >>> also, tired of washington gridlock? then look out. nearly two-thirds of republicans don't want their political leaders to compromise. how's anything going to get done if people aren't going to be willing to talk to each other? >>> and let me finish tonight with some thoughts on a vital good anniversary, the day congress permanently established the u.s. peace corps. >>> let's start with bob woodward's book. andrea mitchell nbc news's chief correspondent and chuck todd is nbc's political director and chief white house correspondent. let me go to andrea first. andrea, let me read to you a quote from the book. this is something obama told his aides. "i think i have two years with the public on this. they'll stand by us for two years. that's my window." that seems to be a statement that politics plays a role in his thinking about how long to keep us in afghanistan. >> i think the politics does play a role but that is a commander in chief and a president who is tr
digits. but one showed him within striking distance of new york attorney general andrew cuomo. >> nobody expected carl paladino to be where he is today. new york is the bluest of blue states. yet there's a sense that carl paladino would present a real challenge to andrew cuomo and become the governor of new york. >> carl paladino isn't part of the solution in albany, he's part of the problem. >> reporter: this week, cuomo started attacking paladino by name. >> mr. paladino's agenda is an extreme agenda. and i think now that the voters will be able to look at that clearly. >> reporter: cuomo cites his position opposing abortion and his suggestion that welfare recipients enroll in a dignity core with housing in old prisons. on the new york city subway, most don't even recognize paladino, although that's changing with daily headlines like the one today revealing some of paladino's aides have criminal records. he readily admits he too has made mistakes in life. last year he revealed to his wife of 40 years what his children already knew, that he fathered a child with another woman. he sent a
. republican candidate carl paladino is accusing andrew cuomo of being unfaithful to his wife years ago. he made the claims minutes after angrily declaring that his 10-year-old daughter from his own affair ten years ago was off limits to the press. politico quotes him as saying has anybody asked andrew cuomo about his paramours when he was married or asked him why his wife left him or threw him out of the house? has anyone ever done that? why are they in truding on my life? he offered no support for that and last night he nearly came to blows with a new york post reporter who confronted paladino about his allegation. >> do you have any evidence for the charge you made? it's a simple question. >> of course i do. you'll get it at an appropriate time. you're not entitled to it. at the appropriate time you'll get it. you're his stalking horse. you're his stalking horse. >> what's the evidence. >> you're his birddog. >> you're going to take me out? how are you going to do it? >> watch. >> that's new york post political reporter ed dicker. reportedly it was so heated that his aides had to move be
candidate paladino went after it after he was asked to prove his accusation that andrew cuomo had extra marital affairs. look at what happened. >> do you have any evidence? >> of course i do. at the appropriate time, you'll get it. >> what's the evidence? >> you're his bird dog. you send another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out. >> you're going to take me out? >> watch. >> i covered politics in new york for many, many years as a local reporter, a tenacious reporter but, wow, to say take you out is really something unlike i've heard. what happened here? >> i think there were two things sort of driving. you know, carl paladino, this is the guy who opened his victory speech on primary night saying i'm mad as hell. he's used very blunt, emotional rhetoric. his calling card is anger and rage. i think the two things going on here is fred dicker from "the new york post" they sent a photographer and reporter to the home of paladino's 10-year-old daughter, the daughter he fathered out of wedlock. the second thing is, as you can see here, he's calling dicker cuomo's bird dog and
establishment, the republican party of new york was hoping that rick lazio could go up against andrew cuomo, the current state attorney general for the governorship, but what ended up happening was that carl paladino, you know, found a way to get himself on the ballot and to knock rick lazio completely out of the park. >> it seems like they were caught unaware maybe until murkokski. they didn't get things up and moving until late in the game. >> when you look at lazio's race, it was sort of the warning shot that got the attention of a lot of people around the country. if you read in the papers today, it was the murkowski's loss that sparked action into delaware and same thing in new york state and as we saw in both races, it wasn't enough. maybe it was too little, too late. >> he doesn't have a chance, does he? >> well, you know, i don't know. i mean, the guy got elected. not elected, the guy got the nomination and as we've seen in these races throughout the country when you make, if you stand on solid ground and make a prediction, you'll end up being wrong. andrew cuomo has about $23,000 i
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fathering out o of wedlock then challenger, andrew cuomo, had an extra-marital affair. >> what's the evidence? you sent another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out, buddy. >> you are going to take me out? >> yeah.Ñi >> how are you going to do that? >> watch! >> are you threatening me? >> paladino said he would provide proof of an alleged cuomo affair at the apprporiate time. >>> and in the california's governor's race republican candidate meg whitman is denying allegations she employed an illegal immigrant as a housekeeper who worked for her nine years. she says whitman knew she was in the country illegally. all was fine until last year, when whitman considered running for governor and fired her with these words. >> and from now on, you don't know me and i don't know you. you never have seen me, and i have never seen you. do you understand me? >> whitman denies knowing diaz santillan was undocumented or received a notice questioning her housekeepers' status. >>> the world of astronomy abuzz this morning. for the first time astronomers have spotted a so-called gol
york, a poll fines cuomo leading paladino 52 to 33. finally, the big senator race in nevada reid and angle are tied at 43. that's in a las vegas review journal mason-dixon poll. we shall see. we are going to continue to check the "hardball" score board each night leading up to election day. we are only picking the polls we know have a long track record of being accurate in those states. time for more on the pledge to america. here is kevin mccarthy today on a show i'm familiar with "the daily rundown." >> the one thing you have to realize. it's not a platform for the party. these are bills that can be taken up today. if you look at the 43 page, it lays out each and every bill and where it goes. it can be taken up now. >> all right. will this help the republicans in november? does it help democrats by giving them something to bash? let's bring in richard wolffe and perry bacon. it seems there's a lot of criticism pledged to america not from democrats, but republicans an conservatives wondering why you put anything out and make yourself a target and two, what you put out was too mi
win until a couple days before the race. does he have a chance to take on cuomo? >> he sure does. gillibrand and cuomo together caused the subprime mortgage crisis. cuomo insisted jamming them down the throats of fannie mae and freddie mac even though he knew these people couldn't pay back the money. gillibrand was his deputy in charge of special projects, new products. the new products were subprime mortgages. to add insult to injury when she left hud and the subprime market part she and her husband bought in countrywide the firms issuing the subprime mortgages and made $40,000 when the market part. she helped cause the crisis and profited by it. cuomo and gillibrand both could lose over the same issue >> sean: love your new home, beautiful background. >> isn't that great, it is not even a set, it is the real thing. you can see the white smoke coming out. >> sean: i think i can mind your shoulder. i wonder if that means you are elected. thanks. coming up name that candidate. if you -- can you tell if the candidate behind this ad is a republican or democrat? >> i like jason altmi
democratic attorney general andrew cuomo, son of former governor mario cuomo who has been leading paladino in the polls by as much as 30 points. >> an draw cuomo is a clear favorite. no doubt about that. that being said in a year when people are angry with the democrats, angry with what is going on in albany, anything could happen. >> reporter: lazio will still be on the ballot in november as the conservative party candidate. while paladino remains far behind cuomo in the polls few gave him much chance to defeat lazio either. in new york, i'm eric shawn. >> chris: political spending record broken in the california governor race. republican meg whitman surpassed new york mayor michael bloomberg for the highest personal contribution in american campaign history, investing $119 million of her own fortune in her bid against democrat jerry brown. remember, it's only september. >>> we'll talk about tuesday's primary results and how the tea party is shaking up the g.o.p. the p the panel joins me after the break. " gecko water bottle... notebook... chamois... gecko: sir, i feel a little bit uncom
to politico, the website. and paladino can't back it up. he made this accusation against andrew cuomo. and fred, in his chest to chest style, was asking paladino to back it up. and paladino hasn't and gotten angry, which is the whole reason to exist apparently. >> i just encountered it myself this week, when you ask a politician running for election a tough question, instead of defending their stand or defending what they have said, they turn it around and attack the questioner. in this case, is this going to in any way affect the paladino campaign? >> it's generating more attention. reporters in the media are not terribly popular. this is a year in which attacking the media -- i don't think it's calculated on paladino's part. he's a guy willing to say and do pretty much anything and attack whatever he sees as the establishment. >> he's had controversies here. there's accusations that he was forwarding racist, really shocking racist, sexist, pornographic e-mails and yet you got the polls, most show andrew cuomo with a lead then there was a poll that showed carl paladino within six poi
distance of democrat andrew cuomo. in a new poll out today, paladino trails cuomo among likely voters by just six points. and tea partiers pick paladino over cuomo 4-1. now, keep in mind, the tea party is not actually a political party, it's a movement with any number of leaders, including people like sal russo. ben tracy now on the man who's helped brew a revolution. >> reporter: the tea party prides itself on its grass roots a movement with no master. but when it comes to winning, 63-year-old sal russo may be the man behind the curtain. >> we've got to get everybody on the right page that growing the government, spending money that we don't have is the wrong answer. >> reporter: russo has been a republican strategist since the 1970s. now he heads the tea party express, run out of this office in sacramento, california. >> the tea party express and mark levin support common sense conservative christine o'donnell. >> reporter: russo's group has produced more than 24 t.v. ads, joined forces with tea party favorite sarah palin and organized 200 rallies. >> they're the ones who have manag
that carl baladino would present a real challenge to andrew cuomo and become the governor of new york. >> reporter: this week, cuomo started attacking him by name. >> mr. paladino's agenda is an extreme agenda. and i think now that the voters will be able to look at that clearly. >> reporter: cuomo cites his position opposing abortion and his suggestion that welfare recipients enroll in a dignity core. on the new york city subway, most don't recognize him, although that's changing with daily headlines like the one today revealing some of his aides have criminal records. he readily admits he too has made mistakes in life. last year he revealed to his wife of 40 years what his children already knew, that he fathered a child with another woman. he sent around racist, sexist and pornographic e-mails. >> i didn't mean to offend anybody. i sent it to a select group of friends. those friends, okay, treated them privately, except for obviously one. >> reporter: but republicans are lining up behind him. >> he's a lot like some of the tea party candidates we're seeing around the country, but he
of democratic titan andrew cuomo followed by michael bloomberg endorsing mr. cuomo followed by eliot spitzer saying that cuomo is the dirtiest nastyiest out there, isn't politics wonderful? >> the storm coming across.
the fellow democrat who wants his old job, andrew cuomo. but that's in "the sideshow." host "face to face" on our nbc stations in nevada. and the politics editor for msnbc.com. look, we got to start with what happened on capitol hill. here's an exchange between michigan congressman john conyers and stephen colbert today. let's listen. >> i'm asking you to leave the committee room completely and submit your statement instead. >> i'm here at the invitation of the chairwoman and if she'd like me to remove myself from the hearing room, i'm happy to do so. i'm only here on interpretation. >> that is correct. >> that is fair enough. >> von, let me start with you. you have been watching the 24/7 news cycle infect congress, and now it's sort of where it has gone to a level where an actor or comedian decides to go in character on capitol hill. what did we witness today? >> well, i really think that was the sticking point right there. kevin costner was there recently. talking about coast guard issues. they're in and out of that place all the time. but for colbert to be there in character was really
governor's race pitting state attorney general andrew cuomo against pal louisiana dean owe. it's getting down, dirty and tempers are raging. eric shawn is live in the newsroom with more on this. >> reporter: it is the new york's governor's race gone wild. the republican candidate is outspoken businessman carl pal louisiana dean owe. he accuses reporters of not digging into the past of his opponent, new york attorney general andrew cuomo. paladino says cuomo had affairs to kerry kennedy cuomo, the daughter of robert kennedy. it all came to a head last night with fred dicker the stated today tore of the new york -- when dicker asked him about proof of cuomo. >> he's the attorney general and you're here stalking him. >> you made the charge. >> you send another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out, buddy. >> reporter: he says he does not operate for cuomo and he is a fair reporter. the issue of coverage has been on pal louisiana dean owe's mind. he accused cuomo of using the media against him. >> over the we be end he had some of his buddies in the press go out and take after my
centanni, thank you very much. >> this is supposed to be a walkover in the governor's race for andrew cuomo. you know, he had all the momentum behind him. he's the attorney general. >> he's a cuomo! >> he's a cuomo. he's status cuomo according to mr. paladino. the republican nominee have making a race of it by having this saying -- he's mad as hell and he's very rich. he showed how mad he was yesterday. >> he was. he got into it with a reporter. well known reporter here in new york who has been covering politics for many, many years. this confrontation, though, maybe hasn't seen in his entire career. watch this. >> i want to know why you sent your goons after my daughter. i want to know. i want to know. >> charge against cuomo, do you have any evidence or do you not? >> i will at the appropriate time -- >> yes, i do. >> how can you say that -- >> oh, i have a daughter, too! >> you talked about her. >> i have a daughter! >> brought it out. that's it. >> stay away from me. [beep]. >> what evidence do you have? >> listen, you want to hear -- >> you're someone that goes after my daughter
's a matter of deciding between, you know, andrew cuomo and carl paladino, or in california barbara boxer, or carly fiorina. and in those individual races i think you've got a lot of democrats either running away from obama or running better than him. megyn: yeah, joe biden whispered in the president's ear, this is a big fing deal when the healthcare was signed but yet there isn't a single democrat campaigning on that. that tells you what they think of it. >> reporter: maybe in two years or four years it will look like a great accomplishment, but for right now with the concern with the deficit, and jobs, and with the benefits of the healthcare law yet to really kick in for most people, it's not a platform to many democrats in trouble are standing on. megyn: i'll show you this other poll from fox news dynamics. 34% say they mean to express support for the president's policy when they vote. 41% will express opposition and 21% say those policies will not be a factor. you can see the trend there not necessarily in favor of the administration. susan thank you so much for being here. we'll have
about. >> he's saying my private life is private. he's leveling charges about andrew cuomo's private life. >> hst ironic. he said he's a confrontational guy. he clearly thinks his anger is starting a movement. he does have support in upstate new york. which is not doing well economically right now. the cuomo campaign, by the way, is conscious of him. they're talking about him by name now. they have a new add out today attacking carl paladino. >> then finally, is there any chance we'll see a debate between these two men? >> paladino has been asking for a debate. no word hon that yet. cuomo's campaign has a new ad. they'll tell you they're still leading and he's not a big threat. >> good to see you. thank you so much. >> you, too, norah. >>> and meg whitman said she had no idea her former housekeeper was an illegal immigrant. but her former maid says she has proof whitman knows more than she's admitting. >>> then an amazing discovery 120 trillion miles away. it could mean we're not alone in the universe. >>> plus a childhood dream becomes one reality. bankers are known to be a little b
that they're going to embrace carl paladino and make this a contest against andrew cuomo. you probably heard from paladino's speech in buffalo tonight, he used the term status cuomo. you can expect to hear that tonight. interesting that rick lazio was treated as an incumbent even though he didn't hold office. paladino ran with the mad as hell theme as if lazio needed to be taken out of office but he didn't hold office. they can get behind this energy. if there was really record turnout, if they did mobilize people in erie county and albany and syracuse to the polls, those are the voters they're going to need in november if they're going to have a shot against a well funded popular democrat like andrew cuomo. >> wnbc's andrew joining us from rick lazio's headquarters. really invaluable to have you on the program tonight. thank you so much. >> happy to be here. >> so the right, the conservative part of america, owns most of the media real estate this season. but the left has tonight punished an establishment democrat as well. some big and unexpected news from new hampshire coming up. along wit
journal" reports spitzer said of democratic gubernatorial candidate andrew cuomo, "the problem andrew has is that everybody knows that behind the scenes he's the dirtiest, nastiest political player out there. and that is his reputation from years in washington." cuomo spokesman responded with a not so subtle jab at spitzer. "cuomo's record, credibility and honor speak for themselves. as do mr. spitzer's." spitzer, of course, resigned two years ago in the wake of a prostitution scandal. virginia republican governor bob mcdonald offered apology and olive branch speaking at a conference about slavery. the "washington post" reports that mcdonnell promised next april will not be called confederate history month as he originally said but instead civil war in virginia month. he was criticized this year for the proclamation that at first did not include reference to slavery in the war. me said the emission was, "error of haste, not heart." finally, former white house budget director peter orszag won't be seeing many of his former west wing colleagues in the receiving line when he gets married in
at a significant disadvantage to andrea cuomo. she's very well known. paladino will use his millions of dollars to define himself and define cuomo. >> rick lazio clearly had the higher name recognition there perhaps because of the race he ran against hillary clinton running for senate the first time around. is that where name recognition will be able to best andrew cuomo over paladino. if they see a name they know, will that trump money? >> name recognition is the name of the game. as we saw in the new york primary where rick lazio lost to paladino. the biggest is outsiders doing very well in republican primaries. that's what paladino is able to use. >> tea party? >> that and saying i have nothing to do with congress. i have nothing to do with the current problem. that's what paladino is able to use and he hopes to use in the general election. >> you have to get off this set. but thanks for joining us here. >> thanks for having me. >> that wraps up this hour. chris jansing takes over after the break. she'll have the latest on the shooting at john hopkins university in baltimore. keep it here. h
on an to cuomo. also, charlie rangel beat democrats and ethics charges to stay in washington. >> no matter what they say, i grow back -- i go back to washington stronger than i have ever been. >> democrats are hoping to hold onto their majority. tracy pockets, wbal 11 news. >> for up-to-the-minute results, this wbaltv.com. will have continuing coverage tonight. in other news, more with mr. -- testimony expected in the second full day of ken harris -- ken harris'murder trial. yes, we heard from the owner of the new haven lounge, keith covington, who said he heard a single shot and did not know ken harris had been shot until police arrived. the testimony is said to be a different account that his original statement. >> it is a very important discrepancy. the number of people involved, the people in -- what the people did, their location -- it is significant, and hopefully we can expose that. >> we will have the latest tonight at 5:00 p.m. carroll county detectives have made it pair of breasts. police are arrested a 22-year- old and a 19-year-old who are accused of a standing in the stairwell of a
of new york. mr. palodino will face andrew cuomo. shortly after the o'donnell versus mike castle results became official in delaware, make castle, the defeated republican establishment candidate in that race, addressed his supporters at his headquarters. >> the last several weeks have been spirited. the voters have spoken and i respect that decision. i had a very nice speech prepared here, hoping i would win this race. and talked about the things we've been able to do to create jobs and reduce taxes and those things that make a difference to delaware. still a long way to go, by the way. i still have some time in office so i will be ferry conveniently trying to carry out my responsibilities. >> mr. castle now becomes the latest in a long line of republican party endorsed candidates to lose to an outsider. a conservative movement challenge they are year. within the last hour, christine o'donnell addressed her supporters at a victory rally in dover, delaware. >> i can't thank everyone by name because we would be here until midnight. so many people have sacrificed so hard. but i specifically
for new york royal think? a tea party candidate gaining ground on andrew cuomo using some unorthodox campaign ads. cuomo naked in the shower covered with human feces. i kid you not. when life's this hard, graduating can be even harder. but you can help jose and the students in your community make it through by visiting boostup.org. bankers are known to be a little bit in love with themselves.. trust me. are we going up? we can get the next one. i'd like to get your advice on hedging - risk... exposure. what makes us different? for 300 years we've chosen to focus on our clients. what a novel idea. [ male announcer ] ever have morning pain slow you down? introducing bayer am, an extra strength pain reliever with alertness aid to fight fatigue. so get up and get goin'! with new bayer am. the morning pain reliever. >>> welcome back. this political environment if nothing else, you ignore the tea party at your own peril a new quinnipiac poll shows a tea party favorite here in new york, carl pal dean know, gaining ground on attorney general andrew cuomo in new york's governor's race. paladi
party favorite is six points behind andrew cuomo in the new york gubernatorial race. that is shocking. we'll tell you why it is happening. do you, jon stewart have obama remorse? there was a sense that oh, jesus will walk on water but now you're looking at me like oh, look at that, he's just treading water. >> laura ingraham watched the stewart-o'reilly shootout very closely last night and had some critiques. uh-oh! also tonight, police taze some men who led them on a high speed chase in florida. >> one person running. >> and now the cops may be in trouble. megan kelly has been investigating. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now! >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. a shocking political poll in new york state. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. conservative carl paladino backed by the tea party is running for governor against new york attorney general andrew cuomo whose father used to be the governor of the state. paladino is running on a mad as hell ticket saying he will dismantle what he calls t
, the republican race for governor is a dead heat. the winner there will face democrat andrew cuomo. >>> in our area, it is a perfect day to wait in line. adam caskey has a look at our first forecast. >> you cannot blame the weather. it is a fantastic day. we have a cold front moving through. it has not moved through the entire area. it is in western suburbs. you will notice the breeze picking up and the humidity plummeting. sometimes, they bring in showers, and it would be much needed. this has hardly any cloud cover. we are tracking it at abc belfort furniture weather center. when church -- winchester is at 74. stafford is 82. they are waiting on the cold front. mostly sunny, made a the's for most of us. a little cooler northwest of town. we'll talk more about this and the tropics coming up. >>> a man is in critical condition after being hit by a police cruiser. the crash happened early this morning near central avenue in capitol heights. the 62-year-old was crossing the road outside of the crosswalk when he was struck. police have not identified the officer or the victim. >>> another pedestr
for governor, carl paladino lost it with a reporter after paladino accused democrat andrew cuomo of cheating on his ex-wife. >> stay away from me. what evidence do you have? >> reporter: about to deliver a speech in upstate new york. >> guy, easy. >> don't touch me. >> reporter: a heated exchange erupted between tea party republican carl paladino and "new york post" reporter, fred dicker. paladino had just given an interview to "politico" where he said, has anyone asked andrew cuomo about his paramours or why his wife left him or threw him out of the house. >> do you have any evidence for the charge you made? a simple question. >> of course i do, you will get it at the appropriate time. you're not entitled to it. >> reporter: a business man who has never run for office, paladino has been under intense scrutiny. >> this will be one hell of a year. >> reporter: he told nbc news he is an angry candidate. >> i am angry. it's okay. all right to show people you're angry. >> reporter: married 40 years, paladino has acknowledged publicly his own extramarital affair that produced a daughter now 10. h
the opportunity to try to build up the reforms. >> governor cuomo is a shoo-in -- wait. >> there's a little problem with that. >> cuomo is in which is unstoppable suffers a blow is the lead in "the new york times" today. narrower lead in poll, endorsement by mayor. >> paladino. >> they have this guy that none of us really know behind the unstoppable cuomo, just six points behind. >> this guy did come from -- he's a wealthy buffalo businessman. rude dpi julianne know isn't sure he'll endorse him. the republican establishment is freaked out he's their nominee. a cautious campaign in a big republican year, a guy with a lot of money and anti establishment message could be a problem for cuomo. >> cuomo has run from the media for a year, refuses to give interviews, but he has a press conference and looks a little on edge. >> he had a press conference accepting the endorsement of michael bloomberg. the whole tone of his voice and trying to say he understands the anger, he is going to have to come out and be more aggressive and assertive. again, a rich guy capturing that message of anger in a repub
. >> all andrew offers us is startus cuomo. >> thank you, thank you, thank you. >> reporter: also in new york despiting facing voters for the first time fais while facing ethics charges, charles rangel had an easy win. nbc news. >> one result is still spending. that the new hampshire primary. preliminary results show kelly ayotte is ahead of ovide lamontagne the. >>> sarah shourd is free after spending a year in an iranian prison. but the story is not over. two other american hikers still face espionage charges. >> reporter: it was a happy ending tonight for sarah shourd, released from an iranian prison and flown immediately to oman, who put up the $500,000 that iran was demanding for her bail according to some reports. >> on behalf of myself and my family, if anything, i'm standing here today because of the efforts of many people and many governments. >> reporter: she was reunited there with her mother, nora, who with the other two mowers had been lobbying and begging for the release of their children, saying that they had simply wandered across the border, an unmarked border in iran fr
. >> reporter: the winner will face democrat andrew cuomo. also, congressman charlie rangel has spent 20 times more money than the next closest candidate but also facing a looming ethics trial. >> thank you for everything. >> reporter: a tea party favorite is also making for a tight race in new hampshire's senate contest. tea party favorites have already won senate primaries in six states this year. emily schmidt, abc news, washington. >>> 5:34 now. as in nearly every election it's hard to separate fact from fiction when it comes to campaign ads and things you receive in the mail. some viewers tell us they receive misleading ballots in the mail. the university of maryland law school dean mark graber says those mailings and other political speech is protected by the first amendment and it's up to the voter to decide the truth. >>> most political rhetoric is aimed at a small and increasingly smaller middle. these people are more persuadable in part because they generally are ambivalent and in part because it turns out in many cases the middle, or the so-called middle is in fact composed of peopl
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